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Chromous Carbonate, CrCO3

Chromous Carbonate, CrCO3, is obtained as a grey amorphous precipitate by the action of an alkali carbonate on a solution of a chromous salt. It is soluble in water charged with carbon dioxide. When heated, carbon dioxide is evolved, leaving a residue of chromium sesquioxide.

A series of double carbonates has been prepared by acting on chromous acetate, or tartrate, with alkali carbonates.

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